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1. Myra Levine expressed nurses are often confused about theory. Which of the following was given as one reason for the confusion related to nursing theory?
A) Clearly understandable
B) Obscure concepts
C) Application to practice
D) New concepts

 

 

2. If a theory is to be useful in nursing, it must include which of the following?
A) Broad concepts
B) Understandable concepts
C) Concepts specific to nursing
D) Operationally defined concepts

 

 

3. Theories developed for nursing include all of the following except which of the following?
A) Identify standards for nursing practice
B) Guide development of client cares
C) Direct quality assurance programs
D) Align with other health care disciplines

 

 

4. Which of the following was the first stage in the development of a nursing theory and philosophy?
A) Silent knowledge
B) Received knowledge
C) Subjective knowledge
D) Procedural knowledge

 

 

5. The silent knowledge stage of theory and philosophy development was driven based on which of the following?
A) Nursing as an independent discipline
B) Medical model, dependent on physicians
C) Interdisciplinary team design
D) Nursing as an academic discipline

 

 

6. During the 1970s, the nursing profession viewed itself as a scientific discipline evolving toward a theoretically based practice focusing on the client. Which stage of theory and philosophy development is this the correct description?
A) Silent knowledge
B) Received knowledge
C) Subjective knowledge
D) Procedural knowledge

 

 

7. What is the current stage of knowledge development for the discipline of nursing?
A) Silent knowledge
B) Received knowledge
C) Subjective knowledge
D) Constructed knowledge

 

 

8. Development of a metatheory includes which of the following?
A) Broad processes and generalized understanding
B) Specific application of theory
C) Development of theory through practice
D) Use of only nursing concepts

 

 

9. Which type of theory is the most broad and complex in scope?
A) Grand theory
B) Middle range theory
C) Practice theory
D) Microtheory

 

 

10. Which type of theory may describe a phenomenon, explain relationships of concepts or predict effects of a phenomenon?
A) Metatheory
B) Grand theory
C) Middle range theory
D) Practice theory

 

 

11. Which type of theory is the least complex and is situation specific?
A) Methatheory
B) Grand theory
C) Middle range theory
D) Practice theory

 

 

12. A nursing theory designed to explain or relate concepts in a theory to one another is considered which type or purpose of theory?
A) Factor-isolating theories
B) Factor-relating theories
C) Situation-relating theories
D) Situation-producing theories

 

 

13. A nursing theory which prescribes activities to reach a goal is which type of theory?
A) Factor-isolating theories
B) Factor-relating theories
C) Situation-relating theories
D) Situation-producing theories

 

 

14. Which of the following discipline or disciplines may be used in the design of a nursing theory?
A) Psychology
B) Physical biology
C) Sociology
D) Psychology, physical biology, and sociology

 

 

15. Based on the work by Fawcett, which of the following is not part of the defined nursing metaparadigm?
A) Person
B) Health
C) Environment
D) Caring

 

1. Theory development in nursing assists nursing in all of the following ways except one. Which of the following is not accomplished through theory development?
A) Helps the nurse understand practice
B) Identifies key ideas of practice
C) Organizes knowledge for use
D) Disproves prior nursing knowledge

 

 

2. What is the term which refers to the process and methods used to create, modify, or refine a theory?
A) Theory construction
B) Theory development
C) Theory production
D) Theory design

 

 

3. What is the term that is used to describe the final steps of theory development in which the components of the theory are organized and linkages specified?
A) Theory development
B) Theory production
C) Theory construction
D) Theory design

 

 

4. When discussing theory, the theory termed as a worldview that deals with generating knowledge and broad abstract concepts is which type of theory?
A) Practice theory
B) Metatheory
C) Middle range theory
D) Microtheory

 

 

5. Theories that consist of conceptual frameworks defining broad perspectives for practice and looking at phenomena based on perspectives and lacking operational definitions are which type of theories?
A) Grand theories
B) Microtheories
C) Practice theories
D) Middle range theories

 

 

6. Which theories contain limited numbers of concepts and are limited in scope with some degree of generalization, but the concepts are clear and hypotheses can be derived?
A) Microtheories
B) Practice theories
C) Metatheories
D) Middle range theories

 

 

7. Which theories are narrow in scope and have few concepts with a focus on reality?
A) Metatheories
B) Practice theories
C) Middle range theories
D) Grand theories

 

 

8. The level of theory that names and classifies characteristics of a phenomenon and determines what will be perceived as the essence of the phenomenon is categorized as which of the following?
A) Explanatory theory
B) Descriptive theory
C) Predictive theory
D) Prescriptive theory

 

 

9. The categorization of theories that provide the relationship between phenomena under study and describe some of the associations or interrelations between and among the concepts is which type of theory?
A) Prescriptive theory
B) Descriptive theory
C) Explanatory theory
D) Predictive theory

 

 

10. Which theory addresses nursing therapeutics and predicts consequences of interactions?
A) Predictive theory
B) Descriptive theory
C) Prescriptive theory
D) Explanatory theory

 

 

11. The foundations of theories are which of the following?
A) Propositions
B) Relationships
C) Concepts
D) Hypotheses

 

 

12. Concepts are fully developed and presented in combination with other concepts to create theoretical statements. Which type of theoretical statement is the following: “As children grow in height their weight will increase.”?
A) Relational statement
B) Existence statement
C) Nonrelational statement
D) Linear statement

 

 

13. The linkages in concepts of theories assist in which of the following?
A) Developing hypotheses
B) Identifying new knowledge
C) Assisting in conceptual map
D) Provide a framework for the theory

 

 

14. Nursing theories are built on levels of abstraction. Which type of theory is the foundation on which other theories are built?
A) Microtheory
B) Practice theory
C) Middle range theory
D) Grand theory

 

 

15. How are nursing theories developed?
A) Discovered in research.
B) Revealed in practice.
C) Invented to describe events.
D) Designed to tie research to practice.

 

1. Based on categories by Tomey and Alligood, theories that look at phenomenon for description or explanation for the purpose of control or prediction of the phenomenon in the practice setting would fall under which category?
A) Nursing theories
B) Middle range theories
C) Grand theories
D) Nursing philosophies

 

 

2. Which of the following would be the category of a theory when basing the category on: philosophies, nursing models, nursing theories, theories, and middle range nursing theories?
A) Theoretical background
B) Paradigms
C) Nursing domains
D) Scope

 

 

3. In the categorization of nursing theories by Meleis, one group focused on the domain of human beings and pan-dimensional energy fields. In which domain is this classified?
A) Nursing therapeutics
B) Interactions
C) Client (human being)—environment interactions
D) Nursing clients

 

 

4. There are seven criteria for analysis of grand theories that have been selected and discussed. Which of the following is not one of the criteria?
A) Background of the theorist
B) Usefulness
C) Parsimony
D) Time period

 

 

5. Three scholars developed categorization of theories based on paradigms. Which nursing scholar used the categories of totality paradigm and simultaneity paradigm?
A) Parse
B) Newman
C) Fawcett
D) Orem

 

 

6. Scholars have developed categorization of theories based on paradigms. Which nursing scholar used the categories of particulate-deterministic school, interactive-integrative school, and unitary-transformative?
A) Parse
B) Newman
C) Fawcett
D) Rodgers

 

 

7. Scholars have developed categorization of theories based on paradigms. Which nursing scholar used the categories of reaction, reciprocal interaction, and simultaneous action?
A) Parse
B) Newman
C) Fawcett
D) Roy

 

 

8. When using analysis criteria for a grand theory, why it is important to consider the background of the theorist?
A) It reveals the foundations of the theorist’s ideas
B) It examines the assumptions of the author
C) It leads to understanding application to practice
D) It determines the complexity of the thought process

 

 

9. When assessing a theory, the analysis reveals an influence from the reaction world view. In which of the following areas of analysis is this considered?
A) Background of theorist
B) Philosophical underpinning of the theory
C) Major assumptions, concepts, and relationships
D) Parsimony

 

 

10. Which of the following is the criterion for assessing the complexity of a theory?
A) Major assumptions, concepts, and relationships
B) Usefulness
C) Value in extending nursing science
D) Parsimony

 

 

11. What is the purpose for critiquing theories?
A) To determine usefulness in nursing science
B) Evaluate the scholar’s work for publication
C) Determine applicability to other disciplines
D) Prove the theory

 

 

12. When using a grand theory for a research study, the researcher is aware the concepts and propositions are which of the following?
A) Simplistic
B) Amenable to testing
C) Lack operation definitions
D) Succinct and well defined

 

 

13. Grand theories in nursing provide an overview and foundation for future development of which type of theory?
A) Practice
B) Middle range theory
C) Microtheory
D) Metatheory

 

 

14. Nurses are using theory to guide practice. Which of the following is not a noted reason for using theory in nursing practice?
A) Improve patient outcomes
B) Renew and update practice
C) Enhance quality of healthcare
D) Advance the view of nursing in society

 

 

15. Based on the categorization of nursing theories and nursing domains by Meleis, Levine’s and Orem’s theories on nursing were placed together into a category. Which of the categories, as defined by Meleis, are these theories considered to be classified?
A) Nursing clients
B) Interactions
C) Human being—environment interactions
D) Nursing therapeutics

 

 

1. Theorists who use grand nursing theories based on interactive processes ascribe to which of the following theories?
A) Behavioral
B) Social
C) Systems
D) Change

 

 

2. One nurse theorist developed a nursing theory based on four conservation principles. Which of the following theories is based on these principles?
A) Intersystem Model
B) Modeling and Role-Modeling
C) Systems Framework and Theory of Goal Attainment
D) The Conservation Model

 

 

3. Which nurse theorist(s) developed the Intersystem Model?
A) Levine
B) Artinian
C) Erickson, Tomlin, and Swain
D) Roper, Logan, and Tierney

 

 

4. Which nurse theorist developed the Conceptual System Framework and Theory of Goal Attainment?
A) Watson
B) King
C) Levine
D) Artinian

 

 

5. Which theory was developed by Sister Roy?
A) Modeling and Role-Modeling
B) Theory of Goal Attainment
C) Model of Nursing Based on Activities of Living
D) Adaptation Model

 

 

6. One model has two levels. In the first level the interaction is the person’s individual knowledge of a problem and the second level is seen when the client and nurse interact. Which model does this represent?
A) Modeling and Role-Modeling
B) System Framework and Theory of Goal Attainment
C) Conservation Model
D) Intersystem Model

 

 

7. The Active Potential Assessment Model (APAM) directs nursing assessment in which theory?
A) Modeling and Role-Modeling
B) Systems Framework and Theory of Goal Attainment
C) Adaptation Model
D) Model of Nursing Based on Activities of Living

 

 

8. One nursing theory includes the following relationships: nurse and client are purposeful interacting systems; nurse and client perceptions; judgments and actions if congruent lead to goal direction transactions as well as other relationships. Which theory includes these relationships?
A) Theory of Goal Attainment and Transactional Process
B) Philosophy and Science of Caring
C) Modeling and Role-Modeling
D) Adaptation Model

 

 

9. In the theory by Roper, Logan, and Tierney, The Model of Nursing Based on Activities of Living, there are three major concepts. Which of the following is not a major concept of this theory?
A) Activities of living
B) Lifespan
C) Dependence/Independence
D) Health of environment

 

 

10. In the Roy Adaptation Model assumptions are specified into one of three categories. Which of the following is not one of the categories?
A) Philosophical
B) Scientific
C) Cultural
D) Biologic

 

 

11. One nursing theorist included the assumption, that caring and love are universal and mysterious forces, in addition to other assumptions in her theory. In which theory is this an assumption?
A) Philosophy and Science of Caring
B) Adaptation Model
C) Intersystem Model
D) Modeling and Role-Modeling

 

 

12. Jean Watson included all of the following except one when developing her theory. Which of the following is not included in the development of her theory?
A) Nursing writers
B) Psychology writers
C) Medical writers
D) Philosophical writers

 

 

1. Nursing researchers may prefer to use middle range theories for which of the following reasons?
A) More abstract
B) Easy to generalize
C) Provide basis for testable hypotheses
D) Address nursing as an entire disciple

 

 

2. Characteristics of middle range theories include all of the following except which one?
A) Straightforward and relatively simple
B) Receptive to empirical testing
C) Primarily center on client problems
D) Include other disciplines

 

 

3. Middle range theories link phenomena or concepts in which way?
A) Relationship statements
B) Schema models
C) Implicit information
D) Descriptive statements

 

 

4. A middle range theory with a high level of abstraction is considered which of the following?
A) High-middle theory
B) Middle theory
C) Low-middle theory
D) Grand theory

 

 

5. From which of the following are middle range theories most often developed?
A) Abstract concepts
B) Metatheory
C) Global viewpoints
D) Nursing Practice

 

 

6. Middle range theories need to consider the nursing practice. How would this be incorporated into the theory?
A) Use only the nursing metaparadigm concepts
B) Describe concepts in user-friendly style
C) Develop the theory based on abstract concepts
D) Provide extensive examples in the theory

 

 

7. From which of the following are middle range theories derived or developed?
A) Grand Theory
B) Practice
C) Interdisciplinary Theory
D) Education

 

 

8. On what criteria should middle range theories be evaluated?
A) Criteria are the same for all theories.
B) Criteria developed for each individual theory.
C) Similar criteria as grand with consideration for differences.
D) Criteria used for practice theories are appropriate for middle range theory.

 

 

9. What is one of the major roles of middle range theories?
A) Defines components of nursing science.
B) Tests hypotheses in practice setting.
C) Compares theory in concepts and practice.
D) Provides general overview of nursing practice.

 

 

10. All middle range theories include which of the following?
A) Relatively concrete and specific phenomena
B) Models for use in practice
C) Definitions of the nursing paradigm
D) Specific application principles for practice

 

 

1. Which type of modern social exchange theory gives greater weight to society?
A) Individualistic
B) Microlevel
C) Personal
D) Collectivist

 

 

2. Which of the following is not a theory from the social sciences?
A) Health Promotion Theory
B) Exchange Theory
C) General Systems Theory
D) Role Theory

 

 

3. Which social science theories are founded on utilitarianism?
A) Feminist theory
B) Chaos theory
C) General systems theory
D) Exchange theory

 

 

4. A nurse researcher is interested in lack of reciprocity in family and divorce rates. Which theory might the researcher consider using?
A) Individualistic social exchange
B) Chaos theory
C) General systems theory
D) Social networks

 

 

5. Which of the following theories is not a type of exchange theory?
A) Symbolic Interactionism
B) Rational Choice
C) General Systems Theory
D) Social Networks

 

 

6. From which philosophical framework did symbolic interactionism theory arise?
A) Pragmatism
B) Utilitarianism
C) Empiricism
D) Phenomenology

 

 

7. Which variation of feminist theory is founded on the ideas of the Karl Marx and was exemplified by Millet?
A) Liberal feminism
B) Socialist feminism
C) Radical feminism
D) Cultural feminism

 

 

8. Which of the following is one of the considerations in chaos theory?
A) Understanding how change occurs in systems over time
B) Following the disorder of individuals lives
C) Identifying the meaning of chaos by individuals
D) Examining the interactions which lead to instability in society

 

 

9. Based on the writings and conflict theory of Karl Marx, which of the following is a reason for conflict in society?
A) Equal resources
B) Individual pathology
C) Capitalist inequality
D) Democratic government

 

 

10. Which of the following is not considered a type of conflict theory?
A) Feminist theory
B) Critical social theory
C) Cultural bias
D) Exchange theory

 

 

11. What is the purpose of cultural feminism theory?
A) To explore the differences between the sexes
B) To condone separatism and work toward a female-dominated community
C) To focus on the political aspect of women in society
D) To refute the notion of the Oedipal complex

 

 

12. Which of the following theories uses societal awareness to expose social inequalities that keep people from reaching their full potential?
A) Critical social theory
B) Systems theory
C) Rational choice theory
D) Social networks

 

 

13. Which exchange theory attempts to explain the behavioral process of both small and large social systems?
A) General systems theory
B) Role theory
C) Rational choice theory
D) Social networks

 

 

14. A researcher conducting a study focusing on the social support of a patient undergoing chemotherapy and the outcomes of the patient might considering using which theory?
A) Feminist theory
B) Chaos theory
C) Symbolic interactionism
D) Exchange theory

 

 

15. A researcher is conducting a study on role strain of acute care nurses in emergency departments at large urban hospitals. Which theory would be most appropriate for the researcher to use?
A) Role theory
B) Chaos theory
C) Systems theory
D) Critical social theory

 

 

1. Evolution of modern germ theory is credited to which of the following scientists?
A) Pasteur
B) Harvey
C) MacMahon
D) Pugh

 

 

2. Which of the following theories is not a theory of disease causation?
A) Germ theory
B) Epidemiologic triangle
C) Web of causation
D) Homeostasis

 

 

3. Which disease causation theory posited that a specific organism was capable of causing an infectious disease?
A) Epidemiologic triangle
B) Germ theory
C) Web of causation
D) Natural history of disease

 

 

4. In germ theory, for an infection to occur, the host must be susceptible to the organism. What is the term given for susceptibility in this theory?
A) Risk
B) Infection
C) Threat
D) Contagion

 

 

5. Which theory or model is depicted by the interrelationships among host, agent, and environment?
A) Germ theory
B) Natural history of disease
C) Web of causation
D) Epidemiologic triangle

 

 

6. Which theory is based on the recognition that many health problems have multiple causes and there are rarely simple solutions?
A) Web of causation
B) Epidemiologic triangle
C) Natural history of disease
D) Germ theory

 

 

7. Which theory is founded on the progression of disease and discusses the two periods of natural disease, prepathogenesis, and pathogenesis?
A) Germ theory
B) Epidemiologic triangle
C) Natural history of disease
D) Web of causation

 

 

8. A research study that focuses on the balance of fluid and electrolytes and the importance of maintaining that balance would be based on what theory?
A) Stress and adaptation
B) Homeostasis
C) Web of causation
D) Theory of immunity

 

 

9. Which theory was founded on the basis of dynamic equilibrium?
A) Theories of immunity and immune function
B) Homeostasis
C) Genetic principles
D) Cancer theories

 

 

10. Which theory was developed by Walter Canon and is based on the body’s fight or flight reaction?
A) Homeostasis
B) Genetic principles
C) Natural history of disease
D) Stress and adaptation

 

 

11. A study conducted on the adjunct intervention, massage therapy, in children with cancer and the impact on the immune system response would be based on which theory?
A) Web of causation
B) Stress and adaptation
C) Theory of immunity
D) Homeostasis

 

 

12. A study conducted on the risk factors of specific birth defects born to parents with identified genetic markers would use which theory?
A) Web of causation
B) Epidemiologic triangle
C) Genetic principles and theory
D) Theory of immunity

 

 

13. Theories of cancer development suggest that cancer arises from which of the following?
A) Cancer arises from genetic errors causing abnormal cells to be present at birth.
B) Cancer arises from changes in one abnormal cell and chemical irritants.
C) Cancer arises from a single exposure to an agent.
D) Cancer arises from multiple factors including lifestyle.

 

 

14. A nurse is conducting a research study on the use of oral sucrose prior to immunization for pain management. Which theory would be used?
A) Gate-control theory
B) Immune function
C) Stress and adaptation
D) Homeostasis
1. Which of the following is not a way to define learning?
A) Change in behavior
B) Change in mental functioning
C) Change in emotional functioning
D) Change in meaning of information

 

 

2. Which type of learning occurs in a skills lab when students are practicing administration of intramuscular injections on mannequins?
A) Cognitive
B) Affective
C) Psychomotor
D) Effective

 

 

3. Which behavioral learning theorist was the first to attempt scientific studies to understand the learning process?
A) Thorndike
B) Pavlov
C) Skinner
D) Hull

 

 

4. Which behavioral theorist is associated with classical conditioning?
A) Hull
B) Thorndike
C) Pavlov
D) Skinner

 

 

5. Which of the following is not considered part of the foundation for learning in cognitive learning theories?
A) External motivation
B) Personal feelings
C) Learner’s goals
D) Ability to process information

 

 

6. Which cognitive learning theory is founded on the idea of fields which are patterned and organized and the whole is greater than the sum of the parts?
A) Cognitive-field theories
B) Information processing models
C) Cognitive development theories
D) Psychodynamic theories

 

 

7. Which stage was not one of the ones noted by Piaget in his cognitive development theory?
A) Sensorimotor
B) Preoperational
C) Formal operational
D) Informal operational

 

 

8. Which developmental learning theorist believed learning required different conditions for success and classified learning into five different stages?
A) Gagne
B) Perry
C) Bandura
D) Piaget

 

 

9. Which theorist developed the social learning theory based on reciprocal determinism?
A) Gagne
B) Bandura
C) Perry
D) Piaget

 

 

10. Which learning theory, based on the work of Sigmund Freud, includes motivation as part of the superego and is abstract in nature?
A) Humanistic learning theory
B) Social learning theory
C) Psychodynamic learning theory
D) Developmental learning theory

 

 

11. Which learning theory believes learners have positive experiences and positive learning from emotions and wants learners to have interpersonal relationships to improve learning?
A) Social learning theory
B) Humanistic learning theory
C) Psychodynamic learning theory
D) Developmental learning theory

 

 

12. Which learning theory is founded on the idea that knowledge has no existence outside of the individual’s mind?
A) Constructivism theory
B) Cognitive learning theory
C) Humanistic learning theory
D) Psychodynamic learning theory

 

 

13. Who is credited with adult learning and the term andragogy?
A) Piaget
B) Bandura
C) Knowles
D) Perry

 

 

14. What type of learner might make the following comment: “I hear what you are saying?”
A) Tactual
B) Kinesthetic
C) Auditory
D) Visual

 

 

15. Which of the following is not an appropriate consideration under the principles of learning?
A) Provide feedback at the conclusion of the learning event.
B) Assess learner’s readiness for learning.
C) Consider the method and needs of the learner for style of learning.
D) Individualize information for best facilitation.

 

 

1. Who is considered the first nurse theorist to publish integration of research and theory?
A) Roy
B) Nightingale
C) Henderson
D) Peplau

 

 

2. In what time frame was the initial publication of Nursing Research?
A) 1940s
B) 1950s
C) 1960s
D) 1970s

 

 

3. Where does nursing research gain its significance?
A) Use in practice setting
B) The context in which it is placed
C) Application of research to various models
D) Integration theory in education

 

 

4. Which of the following is not a given reason for the lag in knowledge development in nursing?
A) Limited theoretical base to guide practice
B) Studies not tied to theory or placed in theoretical context
C) Poor efforts to link theory and data in research
D) Lack of available study ideas

 

 

5. Which one of the following is not considered to be a reason that research is conducted?
A) Describe variables
B) Explain variables
C) Predict variables
D) Prove variables

 

 

6. Which of the following is not one of the steps in the research process?
A) Identify the problem for study
B) Develop a plan for data collection
C) Define the population sample to be studied
D) State proof of the research question or hypothesis

 

 

7. Which of the following is not considered part of the framework for use of theory in research?
A) Provide direction of study
B) Selection of research design
C) Identify the measurement approach
D) Specify the population for study

 

 

8. Which type of theory and research would be used in a study observing a mother’s care of a newborn after delivery from a Cesarean section birth with a goal to explore the phenomenon of the first-time mother?
A) Descriptive theory/Descriptive research
B) Explanatory theory/Correlational research
C) Predictive theory/Experimental research
D) Explanatory theory/Experimental research

 

 

9. A study designed to explore the relationships between positive health practices during the period of adolescence is which of the following?
A) Descriptive theory/Descriptive research
B) Explanatory theory/Correlational research
C) Predictive theory/Experimental research
D) Explanatory theory/Experimental research

 

 

10. A study which uses a controlled design to evaluate the effectiveness of a specific educational intervention is which type of study?
A) Descriptive theory/Descriptive research
B) Explanatory theory/Correlational research
C) Predictive theory/Experimental research
D) Explanatory theory/Experimental research

 

 

1. Which of the following is not part of the formal curricula in nursing education and is not tied to the framework of the program?
A) Clinical competencies
B) Course objectives
C) Course outlines
D) Clinical agencies

 

 

2. What is the first step in the Tyler Curriculum Development Model?
A) Identify the educational purpose/objectives
B) Define experiences of students
C) Develop the mission of a program
D) Plan courses

 

 

3. Which governing body is responsible for setting the required number of hours to be included in a nursing program?
A) National League for Nursing Accrediting Committee
B) American Association of Colleges of Nursing
C) State Boards of Nursing
D) Commission on Collegiate Nursing Education

 

 

4. In what timeframe did the National League of Nursing (NLN) complete the first accreditation visits?
A) 1920s
B) 1930s
C) 1940s
D) 1950s

 

 

5. When a program is designing the conceptual framework, what is the basis for the framework?
A) Metaparadigm of nursing
B) School’s philosophy
C) Faculty design from current trends
D) Outcomes and course plans

 

 

6. Which of the following is not noted as a reason for curriculum change in nursing education?
A) Change in healthcare delivery
B) Increase in critical thinking
C) Evolution of technology
D) Faculty preference for content

 

 

7. Rote lecture of material to a class of nursing students prior to use of the information is considered what content category of education?
A) Cognitive content
B) Psychomotor content
C) Application of content
D) Development of content

 

 

8. Nursing students are learning to perform insertion of intravenous lines. What is this type of content category in nursing education?
A) Cognitive content
B) Psychomotor content
C) Application of content
D) Development of content

 

 

9. A group of students are integrating the information they have learned in class and using the information in the clinical setting when working with patients. What is this content considered in nursing education?
A) Cognitive content
B) Psychomotor content
C) Application of content
D) Development of content

 

 

10. Faculty who use interactive case studies as a theory for development of course learning are using what type of learning strategy?
A) Operational teaching
B) Problem-based learning
C) Dialectic learning
D) Logistic teaching

 

 

11. Faculty who use sequential and planned mastery of content theory for design of a course are using which type of learning strategy?
A) Operational teaching
B) Problem-based learning
C) Dialectic learning
D) Logistic teaching

 

 

12. Faculty who are responsible for the design and implementation of technology-based curriculum are directly responsible for all of the following except one. For which one are faculty not responsible in distance education?
A) Design of course
B) Delivery method of information
C) Facilitation of support system
D) Hardware selection by student